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The University of North Dakota narrowed their athletic director search to four candidates. WDAZ's Mark Pearson met with each of them and asked the same four questions. Here were their responses. The process now is that search committee members can pass along strengths and weaknesses through Tom DiLorenzo. Ultimately though, it will be President Mark Kennedy who will make the final decision. There is no timeline on when that decision will be made.
GRAND FORKS - Grand Forks Red River senior, Alyssa Mulroy, is honoring her late mother this hockey season with her play on the ice and inspiring her team with her leadership, strength and perseverance. This Friday, Alyssa and the Knightriders are hosting Williston at Eagles Arena at 7 p.m. where it will be their Stick It To Cancer Fundraiser Game. Proceeds for this event will be donated to Altru Hospital's Filling The Gap Program.
As Dakota Bowl 25 nears, there's one football team who knows what it means to fight for their worth. Langdon/Edmore/Munich went from a 1 and 7 football team in 2015 to a 9 and 2 football team in 2016. Now in 2017, this team is 11 and 0. The Cardinals have used their past seasons as motivation and Taylor Brooks tell us how.
This week is someone who gets it done, on the field, in the rink, in the classroom, and out in the community. Grand Forks Central High School's Lucas Kanta is an all-around human being and no matter who you talk to, everyone says positive things are in his future.
GRAND FORKS - The future of a UND building has the community worrying. The Hyslop Pool on UND's campus is a big time question mark to people in the area. After the women's and men's swimming and diving programs were cut this past spring, many are wondering what will happen to it. It not only hosts university activities, but competitive swimming and different community activities as well. The Red River Valley Wahoos, which is a USA National Swimming Team, is trying to speak up in hope to keep the pool up and running.
t's like you're seeing double on the Red River girls tennis team. Madelyn Johnson and Madelyn Anderson might not actually be twins, but it almost seems that way. They've been building a friendship for six years now and their chemistry off the court plays into how successful they've been on the court.
That was Stanley Miller surprising his daughter Destinee Miller at her last home game at Grand Forks Central High School. Miller is a Master Sargent in the Air Force branch of the military and has served overseas in Iraq, Jordan, and Korea. Normally he can play things cool but he said this event really had his emotions going. After this emotional time for both Destinee and her father... It was gametime. This was a Destinee Miller kind of night night.